• Confidence rising for Builder Football team

    By Gabby Gamez Staff reporter   Hearing the booming base of music blasting through head phones and typing furiously away at a cell phone screen to mom who you know won’t be at your game, but will call to encourage you with words of wisdom is what Lekendrick Jordan, business senior, goes through every game day. With a new [...]

  • Volleyball crushes Hillsdale for first win

    By Bailey VenJohn Staff reporter Volleyball earned their first win of the season Wednesday night in Stewart Fieldhouse. The Lady Builders competed in a triangular first taking on Stephens College. The Builders fought hard but weren’t able to overcome the Stars and dropped the matches 25-15, 25-20, and 25-16 respectively. Brittaney Craddock, senior hitter, led the team in kills [...]

  • Many Adjustments Challenge New Students

    By Tanner Carlson Staff reporter The old saying “life is what you make it” applies to almost all out of state freshman and transfer students. Adjusting to a new state is nerve-racking, hectic, and quite frankly, scary. It’s the first week of the new school year at Southwestern College and all new students, both transfers and freshmen, [...]

  • After summer, new sleep schedule

    By Keilah Chambers Staff reporter After a long summer of staying up and sleeping in, the alarm clock is not your friend. When you want to take a nap but still have more classes, socializing, and homework on top of an already full day, things can be overwhelming. The key factor in balancing all this is a [...]

  • Students struggle to find balance in new school year

    By Karina Michelle Davila Staff reporter Now that the fall semester has begun and 8 am classes have once again become a reality, it is a pretty accurate conclusion that students all around Southwestern are having trouble getting back into the routine of things. In college many freshman are finding it difficult to keep everything together. Students are [...]

  • Newman defeats men’s soccer in scrimmage

    By Hanna House Staff reporter After reconstruction of the team’s coaching staff, the men’s soccer team had a promising second game against Newman University on Monday. Although not a conference game, the men still showed up ready to play leading the whole first half 1-0 after a goal by Max Beaver, sophomore forward. Newman came back strong [...]

  • Cook makes impact on students

    By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter “Hello, Sweetie. What can I get you?” Every student that has had a sandwich in the cafeteria has likely heard these words. They come from Kathy Mignone, Sodexo employee. Mignone is the smiling face that mans the deli/sandwich bar at lunch. She is famous for memorizing students’ orders and her “hello, sweetie” [...]

  • New Richardson Performing Arts Center brings flexibility

    By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Richardson Performing Arts Center was remodeled and dedicated in 2011. This remodel included adding seats to allow up to 490 people and a new organ. To begin to utilize the performance space and to bring more people to campus, the “RPAC Presents” event series was created. RPAC Presents started in 2013 as a [...]

Confidence rising for Builder Football team

27 August 2015

By Gabby Gamez Staff reporter   Hearing the booming base of music blasting through head phones and typing furiously away at a cell phone screen to mom who you know won’t be at your game, but will call to encourage you with words of wisdom is what Lekendrick Jordan, business senior, goes through every game day. With a new [...]

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Volleyball crushes Hillsdale for first win

27 August 2015

By Bailey VenJohn Staff reporter Volleyball earned their first win of the season Wednesday night in Stewart Fieldhouse. The Lady Builders competed in a triangular first taking on Stephens College. The Builders fought hard but weren’t able to overcome the Stars and dropped the matches 25-15, 25-20, and 25-16 respectively. Brittaney Craddock, senior hitter, led the team in kills [...]

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Many Adjustments Challenge New Students

26 August 2015

By Tanner Carlson Staff reporter The old saying “life is what you make it” applies to almost all out of state freshman and transfer students. Adjusting to a new state is nerve-racking, hectic, and quite frankly, scary. It’s the first week of the new school year at Southwestern College and all new students, both transfers and freshmen, [...]

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After summer, new sleep schedule

26 August 2015

By Keilah Chambers Staff reporter After a long summer of staying up and sleeping in, the alarm clock is not your friend. When you want to take a nap but still have more classes, socializing, and homework on top of an already full day, things can be overwhelming. The key factor in balancing all this is a [...]

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Students struggle to find balance in new school year

26 August 2015

By Karina Michelle Davila Staff reporter Now that the fall semester has begun and 8 am classes have once again become a reality, it is a pretty accurate conclusion that students all around Southwestern are having trouble getting back into the routine of things. In college many freshman are finding it difficult to keep everything together. Students are [...]

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Newman defeats men’s soccer in scrimmage

25 August 2015

By Hanna House Staff reporter After reconstruction of the team’s coaching staff, the men’s soccer team had a promising second game against Newman University on Monday. Although not a conference game, the men still showed up ready to play leading the whole first half 1-0 after a goal by Max Beaver, sophomore forward. Newman came back strong [...]

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Cook makes impact on students

11 May 2015

By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter “Hello, Sweetie. What can I get you?” Every student that has had a sandwich in the cafeteria has likely heard these words. They come from Kathy Mignone, Sodexo employee. Mignone is the smiling face that mans the deli/sandwich bar at lunch. She is famous for memorizing students’ orders and her “hello, sweetie” [...]

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New Richardson Performing Arts Center brings flexibility

11 May 2015

By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Richardson Performing Arts Center was remodeled and dedicated in 2011. This remodel included adding seats to allow up to 490 people and a new organ. To begin to utilize the performance space and to bring more people to campus, the “RPAC Presents” event series was created. RPAC Presents started in 2013 as a [...]

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New student housing to be available for 2015 school year

10 May 2015

By Taylor Forrest Staff reporter Dorm room. Office space. Family assistance building. Apartment complex. The TFI Family Services building was built in 1960 as a married housing dormitory for St. John’s College. Once St. John’s was closed down, the building underwent many different personas, but will now fill its walls with college students once again. Amanda Perdaris, property owner, [...]

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Senior gift to be used across campus

10 May 2015

By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Graduation just passed, classes are done, and the seniors are ready to move on but their legacy still remains through their senior class gift. The senior class gift is purchased and presented as a gift to the college each year. Cameron Clark, physical education senior, is the senior class president and is in [...]

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